Indigenous leader and member of the Climate Action Leadership Network Hindou Oumarou Ibrahim attends the COP24 summit in Katowice, Poland, on December 4th, 2018. Some 30,000 delegates are expected. Photograph: Hanna Bardo

The world is moving to counter climate change in spite of global leaders behaving like irresponsible children, Swedish student Greta Thunberg (15) tol(...)

US midterm elections have delivered a divided Congress. (Photograph: Karsten Moran/The New York Times)

The dollar eased and Treasuries rose early on Wednesday, as the US midterm elections delivered a divided Congress that many investors believe quashes(...)

Apple’s shares tumbled nearly 7 per cent, taking its market value below $1 trillion. Photograph: Eric Thayer/Getty Images

Concerns that a trade deal between the United States and China may not be imminent reined-in a rally in world equity markets and reversed gains on Wal(...)

Traders work on the floor of  the New York Stock Exchange. Shares of Facebook gained 3.7 per cent. Photograph: Bryan R. Smith/AFP

European shares rallied on Wednesday as a tumultuous October drew to a close and strong results from L’Oréal, Sanofi, and banks Standard Chartered and(...)

Saudi crown prince Mohammed bin Salman attends the Future Investment Initiative conference in Riyadh in 2017.

The chief executives of HSBC, Standard Chartered and Credit Suisse have pulled out of a high profile conference in Saudi Arabia next week, the latest (...)

The Dublin office market is one of the few areas that stands to benefit due to Brexit relocation activity from London, according to the Knight Frank report. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill / The Irish Times

Dublin has attracted 25 per cent of all Brexit-related company moves so far, pitching it ahead of close competitors Paris, Frankfurt and Amsterdam. H(...)

The City of London: New blow as Standard Chartered chooses Warsaw for new hub. Photograph: Bloomberg

Asia-focused bank Standard Chartered said on Thursday it was setting up a new global business services hub in the Polish capital of Warsaw, the latest(...)

James Hourigan: “That was a fascinating time, with work designed to make a real difference in fighting the awful results of people trafficking, modern slavery, terrorist financing and other criminal activities.”

James Hourigan attended the CBC in Cork before going on to a business studies certificate at what was then Cork RTC while working in a number of bars (...)

A merger between UniCredit and SocGen has been considered by the latter on several occasions over the past 15 years. File photograph: Getty Images

Italy’s UniCredit is planning to merge with French rival Société Générale in a bold move that would mean two of Europe’s big banks join forces, leadin(...)

Hong Kong’s financial secretary Paul Chan Mo-po met with officials from Enterprise Ireland and some of its key fintech clients during his visit to Dublin

Hong Kong’s most senior financial official was in Dublin on Thursday to cement trading ties between the two jurisdictions and showcase the opportuniti(...)

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